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  Here are the 5 Richest Players in 2022 1. Faiq Bolkiah ($20.12 billion): Fortunately, you probably haven’t heard of the world’s richest football player. Faiq is the wealthiest football player in the world, with a net worth of over $20 billion. Contrarily, this young man didn’t earn any money playing football. Due to his inheritance, he has a sizable net worth. The royal prince of Brunei, Jefri Bolkiah, is the father of Faiq. He is currently a professional player with Maritimo. Brunei is a little nation with a lot of oil. Faiq’s love for the game led him to decide to seek a career in football. During his youth in England, he played for Chelsea, Southampton, Arsenal, and Reading. He currently serves as the team’s captain for Brunei’s national team. In each of his six games, Faiq has scored just one goal. Despite not being as successful as the other football superstars on this list, he is still a player. With a net worth of $20 billion, he is the wealthiest football player in the worl

Approximately 5,000 nurses at Stanford Health Care and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford will go on strike Monday morning, the Committee for Recognition of Nursing Achievement (CRONA) announced Sunday evening. CRONA said 93 percent of eligible nurses voted to authorize the strike. "As one of the nation's top healthcare systems, Stanford and Packard have an opportunity to demonstrate leadership and work with nurses to solve the burnout and exhaustion that is driving many of us to reconsider our jobs and our profession," said Colleen Borges, President of CRONA and a pediatric oncology nurse at Packard Children's Hospital. "We've been disappointed by hospital administrators' consistent refusal to acknowledge the reality of understaffing: constant requests for overtime, little time for rest with our families and insufficient support for our mental health. A strike has always been the last resort for CRONA nurses, but we are prepared to stand strong and make sacrifices today for the transformative changes that the nursing profession needs." CRONA said nurses gave their hospitals notice of their intention to strike on April 13, after Stanford management "failed to negotiate fairly over the union's proposals for addressing staff shortages, creating sustainable nursing careers and supporting world-class patient care." Nurses' labor contracts expired March 31. Chief Nurse Executive and Vice President of Patient Care Services for Stanford Health Care Dale E. Beatty and Jesus Cepero, senior vice president of patient care and chief nursing officer for Stanford Children's Health, said in a joint statement the hospitals will remain open with qualified replacement nurses. Top Picks In Shopping The 4 healthiest cooking oils, according to a dietitian Vegan food: extra virgin avocado oil in a glass bottle shot on rustic wooden table. 16 Taurus birthday gifts for your favorite bougie earth sign Big Taurus Energy Pullover Hoodie ($23.99 to $43.99) Do rabbits make good pets? My pet rabbit, Atticus, sporting his cozy strawberry sweater on Easter Sunday. You can now get your Yeti monogrammed for free Monogrammed personalized Yeti... yes please! "We respect our nurses' legal right to take part in a work stoppage but are deeply disappointed that the union chose this path," the statement said. "A union work stoppage is a serious event that is disruptive to our patients, families, and colleagues. The impact can be deep, long lasting, and costly. We have worked diligently to reach a mutually acceptable contract agreement and have made meaningful progress at the bargaining table so far." CRONA said it plans to picket hospitals and hold a news conference at 9 a.m. Monday at Stanford Hospital, Welch Road at Pasteur Drive, in Stanford. Copyright © 2022 Bay City News, Inc. All rights reserved. Republication, rebroadcast or redistribution without the express written consent of Bay City News, Inc. is prohibited. Bay City News is a 24/7 news service covering the greater Bay Area. Copyright © 2022 by Bay City News, Inc. Republication, Rebroadcast or any other Reuse without the express written consent of Bay City News, Inc. is prohibited. Easy Play, Easy Win. Play The Instant Games Online, Win 40,000 on MSport Games MSport | Sponsored Win Bigger With Best Odds. Chance to Get Extra GHS5000 on MSport MSport | Sponsored newspaper's home TOP ABOUT Our Company Privacy Notice / Notice at Collection Interest Based Ads Terms of Use Advertising Careers CONTACT Customer Service Newsroom Contacts Place an Ad / Classifieds CCPA Do not sell my personal info QUICK LINKS Cars Jobs Recruitment Home Services Weather Obituaries Marketplace Public Notices HEARST newspapers logo©2022 Hearst